A total solar eclipse is one of the most beautiful natural phenomena to watch. On 20 March at 8:30UT, this nature's beauty will visit Europe and the North Atlantic, allowing millions of people to witness it. Those who have been lucky enough to see a total solar eclipse or even a partial one will agree that it's never really the same to watch it through a computer screen than in person - which I completely agree! However, thanks to dedicated people and groups, we are able to witness it digitally, as it happens, bringing us more closer than we could.
Enjoy the eclipse viewing and if you come across more live webcasts, please drop me a message on comments or via Twitter @ThilinaH
All live web feeds are weather permitting.
From Catalonia, Spain: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcPjsJk9dy4XgUoJOpR4qOw
A group of observers with the support of RTV10 tv station, will be brodcasting from Sant Esteve Sesrovires in Catalonia, Spain. The group will use a 60mm Lunt Hidrogen-Alfa telescope, equipped with a WATEC 120N+ video camera and a KIWI time inserter. (backup broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxiz86S1ZYh6Bhj7pu7xrEQ)
Multiple live feeds from Ireland: http://eclipse2015.ie/
Thanks to School Of Physics at Trinity College Dublin and partners, there will be streaming live eclipse feeds from Dublin, Armagh and Galway for a better chance of seeing the partial eclipse even considering the high chance of cloud.
From Longyearbyen, near the North Pole: http://www.nrk.no/troms/solar-eclipse-1.12257825
Norwegian national broadcaster NRK will stream total solar eclipse from Longyearbyen on the archipelago of Svalbard. They will run a two-hour long stream with one camera trailing the Sun during the entire eclipse. (total solar eclipse stream)
SLOOH feed from Faroe Islands: http://live.slooh.com/stadium/live/the-total-solar-eclipse-of-2015
Starting from 8:30UTC, Slooh expedition team will be broadcasting live images and commentary from the Faroe Islands. (total solar eclipse stream)
Virtual Telescope from Italy: http://www.virtualtelescope.eu/webtv/
The Virtual Telescope facility in Italy will be broadcasting with commentary by astrophysicist, Dr. Gianluca Masi. They will also attempt to show other live feeds from different locations across Europe.
Faroese Broadcasting Corporation: https://youtu.be/7Egm1Z5OYcU
Live from the Faroe Islands in broadcast quality, one camera on the Sun close up, and the other stream be from the TV-station. (backup broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKduWOwWC5s) (total solar eclipse stream)
A team of astronomers will be observing and broadcasting from the Centre for Maritime Studies at the University of the Faroe Islands, located in the archipelago's capital, Torshavn. The event will be transmitted live on two connections. (total solar eclipse stream)
From Denmark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8Vo_b5BhVM
Live stream coverage of the solar eclipse from Mogens Winther Observatory at AGS, Alssundgymnasiet Sønderborg, Denmark.
Image feed from Austria:
Every 10 seconds, Austrian Solarobservatory Kanzelhöhe will be live feeding images in h-alpha http://cesar.kso.ac.at/sofih.php and white light http://cesar.kso.ac.at/sofiw.php throughout the eclipse.
University of Barcelona: http://eclipsi2015.ub.edu/
The Department of Astronomy and Meteorology at the University of Barcelona will broadcast the eclipse from Catalunya, Spain.
Astronomical Association of Sabadell, Spain: http://www.astrosabadell.org/directe/index.html
A team at the astronomical association will be streaming a live feed from Sabadell with some commentary (possibly in Spanish).
Ebro Observatory, Spain: http://eclipsi2015.obsebre.es/
The Ebro Observatory will follow the event live by publishing real-time photos taken with their solar telescope. They will follow this accompanied by 6th grade students in primary school Marcelino Domingo de Roquetas.
MISIÓN ECLIPSE feed from Faroe Islands: http://www.misioneclipse.es/directo/
In collaboration with elPeriodico.com (El Periódico de Catalunya), MISIÓN ECLIPSE will have a live feed from Toshvan, Faroe Islands. (total solar eclipse stream)
Live Images from Spain: http://www.eclipse.roa.es/Archivos/Eclipse_en_directo.htm
Real Instituto and Observatorio de la Armada from Spain will have an image feed refreshing every 15 seconds.
Observatory feed from Belgium: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/solar-eclips-march-20th-2015
MIRA Public Observatory in Grimbergen, Belgium will host a live feed through one of their telescopes.